It would be nice if we can show images in a grid (matrix sort of) view. Right now it is sequential and takes a lot of vertical space make the hub look awkward with a lot of white space.
You can make use of the thumbnails or slideshow option. What do you mean by grids?
by Eric Dockett15 months ago
When I use my own photos and graphics I usually size them to 3x4 landscape dimensions. I think this looks best at the top of the Hub, and when centered.Unfortunately, for the thumbnails here on HP it doesn't look so...
by Dr Mark4 months ago
In looking over my edited hubs, I find many inconsistencies. Some hubs will be changed so that all large photos are seen (for mobile viewers?), others will be changed into thumbnails, others not changed at all. Some...
by Katherine Tyrrell2 years ago
In my opinion, one of the fastest ways of making a site look tacky and really poor quality is to include oversized images which are way bigger than they are in reality so they look pixelated rather than sharp.In...
by johnapparao6 years ago
I have seen in most of the hubs about how they are keeping thumbnail images even after a list of photos. for example: if we have 20 pics, how we can keep only 5 or 6 thumbnail images on above the slide show.
by Kristin Trapp4 years ago
I published my first two video hubs last week and am not really satisfied at all with the 4 thumbnail options that have been created for each video during processing.I can see how I can change the first few seconds of...
by Ben Guinter4 years ago
I just checked one of my hubs where I give people the option to click and view the FULL size picture and now it looks like we have this slideshow that gives you about a half size view of the picture, if that. I...
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